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Chelation before or after candida?


Hey guys,


I'm doing some chelation because I had a filling (mercury) removed & I had a pretty bad teeth grinding problem.

I started off chelating and treating the candida at the same time, but its clear I have 2 options here. The chelating brings my candida back at least a week or a few days, and I get my old symptoms for a few days at least.

The first is chelate and treat the candida at the same time. The second is to treat the candida first and chelate afterwards.

I have heard stories that the candida won't go away without chelating the mercury away. I'm on round ~4 of cutler's protocol. At first I thought that be my case. I have felt better after each round and it has been helping, but stirring up the yeast.

At this point I don't think the mercury is as much of an issue as previously thought, but I'd like some input on which to do. At this point I'm more inclined to treat the candida for a few weeks alone and check my progress. As I was making progress before.
 

 
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